Get 70% Off Reason Cybersecurity on Black Friday and Keep Your Business out of the Red. Nowadays, we associate the term ‘Black Friday’ with shopping and discounts galore, but the original term doesn’t share quite the same fun connotation. It was first put to use way back in 1869 and referred to a financial crisis when the stock market went into a free-for-all due to … Continue reading Cyber Attacks and Black Friday: All it takes is one attack to put you in the red.
Start by Installing Reason Cybersecurity – Get 70% off Today! Think about this for a minute: according to blackfriday.com, ecommerce sales this year are expected to surpass $9 billion on Cyber Monday alone. That’s a seriously hefty sum of money, which means that come Cyber Monday, those ecommerce sites are going to be seriously attractive targets for cyber criminals. That $9 billion expected jump in … Continue reading How to Keep Your Business Safe on Cyber Monday.
Halloween: Famous SMB Cyber Attacks in Disguise. Halloween normally conjures up images of costumes and candy, black cats and witches, ghosts and goblins, carved pumpkins, and scary activities. However, no amount of Halloween costuming or scary activities, come close to causing the amount of fear and damage that cyber attacks can cause small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). With cyber attacks, rather than black cats poised … Continue reading All Tricks and No Treats.
Reason Labs Recently, the cryptoblackmail scam, “ScamYourself”, has returned to the market – many users worldwide have been complaining about receiving emails from sender “SaveYourself@856.com”, who claims he hacked their computer and caught them in some awkward situations and will share them publicly unless they pay him in Bitcoin.In fact, the users receiving these emails have not been infected and there is no RAT controlling … Continue reading Threat Analysis Report: Save Yourself Malware
To start with, weird, no make that really weird, messages, ransoms, and insults, yes insults, happen. And on that note, in honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, today’s post looks at some of the craziest ransomware that we’ve seen to date, starting with the Nemty ransomware attack, named for the file name extension it adds to files following its encryption process. After the encryption … Continue reading What happens when ‘ransomware’ meets ‘crazy’?
6 tips for celebrating National Online Learning Day and keeping your data safe! Online learning certainly has many advantages; it is convenient, cost-efficient, environmentally friendly, and helps knock down educational and socio-economic barriers. However, for the 40 million students who recently fell victim to the famous Chegg breach, online learning might just be a painful reminder of the hazards of the online atmosphere. The Chegg … Continue reading To learn (online) or not to learn?